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Nope just got it today. Other system is AGP.

would I need to unistall the intel graphics drivers?
yes you should, uninstall using add/remove then use Driver Cleaner Pro to clean away the intel drivers, then install the ATI drivers.

http://www.overclock.net/downloads/1...pro-1-5-a.html
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Make sure you set the BIOS to display the pci-x slot first if possible.

I wouldn't bother even going into windows untill you can see the computer booting with the x1900gt in.
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post #13 of 18
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Hmm it seems to be reenabling itself in bios everytime.

It's american megatrens bios

I go advanced->chipset->

then I have the following:


config DRAM by timings by SPD: [Enabled]

boot graphics adaptor priority: [PCI/Int. VGA] (only other avail. option is internal VGA)

internal graphics mode: [Disabled]


Then I F10 and reboot and only signal that goes out is from onboard and its settings are reset when I go back in bios..



I'm thinking it could be 3 things:

1) My monitor is not supported

2) My PSU is too weak

3) DOA vid card.
post #14 of 18
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Hmm it seems to be reenabling itself in bios everytime.

It's american megatrens bios

I go advanced->chipset->

then I have the following:


config DRAM by timings by SPD: [Enabled]

boot graphics adaptor priority: [PCI/Int. VGA] (only other avail. option is internal VGA)

internal graphics mode: [Disabled]


Then I F10 and reboot and only signal that goes out is from onboard and its settings are reset when I go back in bios..



I'm thinking it could be 3 things:

1) My monitor is not supported

2) My PSU is too weak

3) DOA vid card.
whats the Watts of the PSU?

do you have another VGA cable to try? it could be that.
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post #15 of 18
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Well it's not likely the PSU I have a 500 watt I just put in. PSU before was like 300 maybe 350

I think the problem is somewhere with the mobo or bios. It shouldn't be reseting those options I think. Gotta go search for mobo manual online..

Found it on the egg.

ASUS P5GZ-MX LGA 775
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131088

This might be the problem..
Expansion Slots
PCI Express x16 1 x PCI-E x16 @ x4 speed


nm I'm reading there's like FIVE jumpers I gotta change. JUMPERS?! I thought those were phased way out..


Hmm.. ok I changed the jumper and its still not working!! :swearing: :swearing: :swearing:
post #16 of 18
Dude, clear your CMOS and try a new battery. Usually for onboard theres jumpers on the mobo itself that need to be set as well as bios settings.

See if it boots to the X1900GT without only that + HDD plugged in, just for some troubleshooting.
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post #17 of 18
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success!

Took a little more messing with bios.
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ive also an x1900gt what difference does it make plugging it in on the left side?
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